Cancer · caregiver · Crowdfunding · family · friends · Fundraising

Our Fundraisers – YouCaring, Bravelets, TeeSpring

Here is a link to all of GP6 crowd funding sites. I’m still working on the next t-shirt (kid friendly :)) Thank you so much for your giving. We couldn’t make it without your help.  I think that we are, together, bringing awareness to so many issues facing families in today’s age and to the… Continue reading Our Fundraisers – YouCaring, Bravelets, TeeSpring


So, What About Trent?

I know. I know. It’s been a while since I’ve given this blog any attention. That’s because all of my attention has been going exclusively to my family. I have literally had zero time for much else, other than 15-20 minutes of yoga a day, which is essential at this point. So, what about Trent?… Continue reading So, What About Trent?

Cancer · family · GP6 · Medical Marijuana · Metastatic Cancer · Sarcoma · Trent

CANNABIS – An Answer, Part 2 – The Facts

Genesis 1:29 – Then God said, “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.” I realize there seems to be something missing from the conversations that I have started. So, this will be the thread… Continue reading CANNABIS – An Answer, Part 2 – The Facts

Cancer · Cure · family · friends · love · Metastatic Cancer · mother · Sarcoma

CANNABIS – An Answer

***UPDATE. SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR MORE INFORMATION*** I asked for a real live answer.  Here it is. So I’ve had a really rough couple of days.  I feel lost. I feel hurt. I feel angry. I feel tired. I feel like right now, as I write this my brain is the clearest it’s been… Continue reading CANNABIS – An Answer



If there is one thing that Satan will use to hunt me down relentlessly its failure, and he is on me today. It usually begins with feeling like I’ve accomplished a lot, only to be followed by all that I have not done. The have-not-domes ring so loudly in my ear, like someone playing the… Continue reading Failure


From The Love of My Life On the Anniversary of His Death:

A little dramatic, maybe. But for us so much in our lives died that day. Those deaths, both large and small, have had an enormous impact on the family as a whole, on us as individuals and on all those that come into contact with us. We are different. We’ll never be the same. Please… Continue reading From The Love of My Life On the Anniversary of His Death:

Cancer · Chemotherapy · Metastatic Cancer · Radiation · Sarcoma · Trent

Trent, Meet Radiation

Trent started radiation this week. He’s receiving this treatment in conjunction with a chemotherapy drug that is supposed to work symbiotically with radiation. Fun, right? We’ve been preparing for this stage for some time, but it is still unbelievable. Expecially when I think about this happening to my husband and not someone that I used… Continue reading Trent, Meet Radiation



 I really don’t have much to say today. He’s sick. Some days are better than others. The girls have been really helpful to me lately. Thank you to Betty, Ashley and Lisa for pitching in with the kids this week while we’ve taken care of some things. It was really good to see my F-I-L… Continue reading Life